Britney Spears and Will.i.am released their fiery new collaboration, “Mind Your Business,” Friday at midnight.
The lyrics to the electronic track find the Princess of Pop taking aim at the paparazzi as she speak-sings, “They follow me, follow me, follow me / Follow, follow me / Uptown, downtown / Everywhere I turn around / Hollywood, London / Snap, snap is the sound.”
Later on, she threatens to “send the dogs out” if the shutterbugs, who have infamously hounded her for decades, fail to “get up out [her] face.”
Will.i.am, 48, surprised fans Monday by announcing on social media that he and Spears, 41, had a new song on the way.
The Black Eyed Peas frontman and the “Toxic” singer previously worked together on tunes including 2011’s “Big Fat Bass,” 2012’s “Scream & Shout” and 2013’s “Work Bitch.”
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“Mind Your Business” is Spears’ second musical release since the termination of her 13-year conservatorship in 2021.
Last year, she teamed up with Elton John for “Hold Me Closer,” a reimagining of the legendary Piano Man’s 1971 classic “Tiny Dancer.” The duet became her first top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in nearly a decade.
The “…Baby One More Time” singer also has a bombshell memoir coming out.
She announced earlier this month that “The Woman in Me” will hit bookshelves on Oct. 24.
“Written with remarkable candor and humor, Spears’ groundbreaking book illuminates the enduring power of music and love — and the importance of a woman telling her own story, on her own terms, at last,” Simon & Schuster imprint Gallery Books said in a statement.
Page Six broke the news in February 2022 that Spears had inked a $15 million deal to write the tell-all, which journalist and author Sam Lansky ghostwrote.
“This is an inspiring read, not only because it shows the strength of Britney’s spirit, but because her story is told with such style, wit, intelligence, honesty and without any self-pity,” one source teased to us in April.
“This book will …. shake the world.”
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